Canvas Print - Ngooroowin Wgapall – Emu Women
This artwork is a celebration of family. The artwork commences with the Emu woman, a symbol of fertility and found on the 'Map Site', located west of Newcastle in Yengo National Park. She stands upon Mount Yengo, seen in the artwork backdrop of songlines on country, and is a highly significant place for Aboriginal people, as the flat top of the mountain in the dreaming is where the creator Biami stepped during creation.
Her middle finger is a pointer which shows the ridge pathway to take to traditional birthing caves. The central gathering circle in this artwork is reflective of coming together, with people and elders symbols.
Medium: Digital Print on Canvas
Available in 3 sizes. the canvas frames are made of kiln-dried wood to a depth of 3cm. These high-quality frames have a raised lip along their edges that prevents indentations from appearing on the canvas prints.
The high quality canvases are made from matte cotton and their GSM count is 360. In order to protect your canvas photo prints, we seal them with a coating that makes them resistant to ultraviolet light, dust and water.
Canvases are made to order and take 10 -15 business days for delivery.
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